How well do you know the history of Eurovision? In our EuroRevision series, we aim to put the spotlight back on the early years of Eurovision, journeying through until we reach the current contest.
Today’s quiz is all about 1957, the second edition of Eurovision! Make sure to let us know in the comments, or on social media how many questions you answered correctly! Catch up on our EuroRevision post all about Eurovision 1957, here.
In 1957, duos were allowed to participate at Eurovision, but which nation competed with the first duo at the contest?
Which German city hosted Eurovision 1957?
Which entry was performed fourth in the running order?
Corde della mia Chitarra
Net als toen
Wohin, kleines Pony?
Willy Berking conducted how many of the competing entries?
How many of the competing nations featured entries in the French language?
Which two artists returned to the contest after participating in 1956?
Corry Brokken and Lys Assia
Margot Hielscher and Bob Martin
Patricia Bredin and Lys Assia
In which month was the 1957 contest held?
What was a significant rule change to the voting that occurred in the 1957 contest?
Juries could not vote for their own nation’s entry
Votes were given 1-8, 10 and 12
The audience were included as a form of televoting
Which nations sent the shortest and longest (duration) entries of 1957?
UK sent the shortest and Italy sent the longest
Belgium sent the shortest and Austria sent the longest
Denmark sent the shortest and Luxembourg sent the longest
In 1956 the full results were never released, so with the results in 1957, which nation was the first nation to be recorded in last place?